Master in International Affairs

Courses and Faculty 2013-2014

 

Students of the Master in International Affairs (MIA) programme must choose one of the following three axes of specialization:1) Global and Regional Integration; 2) Conflict and Peacebuilding; 3) Civil Society and Transnational Issues. For more information please refer to the list below.

Note:

  1. The list of elective courses are liable to change from one year to the next;
  2. Instructors of compulsory courses may also change from one year to the next;
  3. The 3rd and 4th semester courses listed below are specific to the 2012 entry and may not apply to MIA students entering the programme in Autumn 2013 and later;
  4. Please consult the Curriculum for the structure of the MIA programme in the 3rd and 4th semesters with effect from Autumn 2014. The list of 3rd and 4th semester elective courses for the 2013 entry and 2nd semester elective courses for the 2014 entry will be available in Spring 2014.
     

 

SEMESTER 1 (Autumn 2013)

For incoming students


COMPULSORY COURSES

INTRODUCTORY COURSES (choose three)

 

SEMESTER 2 (Spring 2014)


COMPULSORY COURSE

SPECIALISED BIDISCIPLINARY COURSES BY TRACK (choose one)

Track 1 | Global and Regional Integration

Track 2 | Conflict and Peacebuilding

Track 3 | Civil Society and Transnational Issues

ELECTIVE COURSES (choose three)

Track 1 | Global and Regional Integration

Track 2 | Conflict and Peacebuilding

Track 3 | Civil Society and Transnational Issues

FREE OPTIONS:

 

SEMESTER 3 (Autumn 2013)

For continuing students


COMPULSORY COURSE

APPLIED RESEARCH SEMINAR (ARS)

 

ELECTIVE COURSES 
(choose two)

Track 1 | Global and Regional Integration

Track 2 | Security and Conflict Management

Track 3 | Civil Society and Transnational Issues

Free options

WORKSHOPS/Internship (Autumn 2013 and spring 2014)


The list of workshops for the 2014/2015 academic year will be available at the end of the spring 2014 semester.

Click here for workshop schedule (2013/2014) and internship guidelines

 

SEMESTER 4 (Spring 2014)


  • DISSERTATION